U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened the military in Venezuela, with serious consequences if they support the controversial head of state, Nicolás Maduro. He urged them to leave the limit available relief supplies into the country.
"If you decide for this way, you will find no safe haven and no way out. You will lose everything," said Trump on Monday afternoon at a speech in Miami to the address of the Venezuelan military, who are still on the side of Maduros.
I ask every member of the Maduro regime: End this nightmare of poverty, hunger and death. LET YOUR PEOPLE GO. Set your country free! Now is the time for all Venezuelan Patriots to act together, as one united people. Nothing could be better for the future of Venezuela!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 18. February 2019
Trump called on the military to consider the limit available relief supplies into the country. The humanitarian Disaster must come to an end, he said. To the address of supporters of the Maduro regime, the US President said: "Finished this nightmare of poverty, Hunger, and death."
Trump stressed the US is "want to make a peaceful exchange, but all options are open." The U.S. government does not exclude the possibility for weeks, explicitly, in case of doubt about the military tires in Venezuela to enter, if Maduro should not cede them voluntarily.
Venezuela is expected according to the controversial heads of state, Nicolás Maduro, 300 tons of humanitarian aid from Russia. The delivery of humanitarian aid with medicines will arrive on Wednesday, said the left-nationalist on Monday in a televised appearance. His government had paid for the delivery "with Dignity", the goods were "legal" in the country. Then he added that the relief goods came from Russia, China, Turkey, other countries and the UN.
power struggle for weeks
In Venezuela rages on for weeks, a power struggle between the Opposition and the socialist government. Parliament chief Juan Guaidó had on 23. January self to the interim President explained and Maduro so openly challenged.
The oil-richest country in the world suffers from a severe supply crisis. Many people are starving, the hospitals are lacking medicines and Material. For more than a week, goods are available on the border of Colombia to Venezuela, Vice. The Venezuelan military on the orders of Maduros but not going to happen. Maduro considers the humanitarian help as a pretext for a military Intervention and does not want to let into the country. (chk/sda/AFP)
Created: 19.02.2019, 04:12 PM